Flights have resumed at Ethiopia’s Bole International Airport after what was described as a rare but also brief industrial action that led to the grounding of flights on Tuesday morning.
State TV confirmed that the refusal of air traffic controllers to take up post had led
Eritreans Have a Profound Sense of Their Own History: A Response to Getachew Reda
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
I do not want to reply to Getachew Red’s article and claims point by point as it is full of fallacies and emotional assertions. Let me explain again what
Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Hearing
Eritrea: Root Causes of the Refugee Crisis
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
2:30 – 4:00 p.m.
2255 Rayburn House Office Building
Please join the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission (TLHRC) for a hearing on human rights in Eritrea.
Migrants from the small east African nation of Eritrea make-up
Ethiopian prime minister, Abiy Ahmed has continued his country tour, visiting the capital of the Tigray regional state, where he addressed war veterans and members of the community.
The reformist leader who has visited the restive Oromiya and Somali regions and met with opposition leaders since
It was told to me by an Eritrean friend, he has a very young daughter, in kindergarten, and
A phone call was made to an Eritrean household by a lady, who is an Eritrean relative.
Their little daughter picks up the phone and says "hello! Who is
Efrem Gidey wins senior schools title just months after arriving in Ireland from Calais
An Eritrean student who came to Ireland from a refugee camp in Calais, France has been recognised for his sporting ability after winning the all-Ireland senior schools cross-country title.
Efrem Gidey, a fifth-year student at Le Chéile Secondary
Addis Ababa, Apr 8 (Prensa Latina) Following the call by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to start peace talks with Eritrea and resume bilateral relations, the neighboring country demanded certain conditions, the press reported today.
The newspaper The Ethiopian Herald reported that Asmara made it a
The absence of peace is ruining the life of Eritreans and the neighbouring people.
Time to start peace movement.
By Petros Tesfagiorgis
The absence of peace is ruining the life of the people of Eritreans. The people express their longings for peace at funerals during New Year celebrations
Hundreds of Eritreans granted temporary residence in Switzerland after seeing their bid for asylum rejected have received letters in recent days telling them their status is now under review.
The move comes after the Federal Administrative Court ruled in August last year that it was reasonable
Global Initiative of Eritreans to Empower Grassroots Movement
2017 Progress Report and Plans for 2018
GI strongly believes that its mission of playing a facilitating role for the formation of grassroots-based people’s institutions and electing global representatives can ideally be achieved by the full participation of all
To transform the rapacious rule into a more transparent, participatory and accountable political and economic system in Eritrea, all Eritreans should actively engage in the reconstruction of the state through a proper constitution making. A properly designed Eritrean constitution will determine the kind of incentive
BY ELIAS MESERET, Associated Press
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Young and outspoken Abiy Ahmed has been sworn in Monday as Ethiopia's prime minister, amid hopes he will be able to quell the sustained anti-government protests that have rocked Africa's second most populous nation.
Abiy was elected by
By Fesseha Nair
" Awaken the Giant Within"
The word ” dialogue” derives from the Latin term ” dialogos” which means ” the flow of meaning.” The practice of dialogue enables the true meaning or deeper significance of something to flow and come into being. Through